CM Storm Havoc Mouse and Control-RX Surface Review
The gaming arm of Cooler Master, CM Storm, have produced some excellent peripherals since their inception back in 2008. Whether it’s the excellent QuickFire keyboards, the Xornet which is still the best value for money mouse on the market, or their incredible range of cases, the quality of the main Cooler Master brand has continued to run through the DNA of CM Storm.
Today we’re going to take a look at their latest gaming mouse and surface, the Havoc and Control-RX respectively. Mice are our connection to the systems that dominate our daily lives. The gateway between man and machine. Because we use them so much there is a tendency to always want to upgrade, move on and get the latest and greatest.
The Havoc fits just below the Sentinel Advance II in the CM Storm range, combining a high quality sensor with some customisation options, but continues the trend of the high-end CM Storm offerings being strictly right-handed affairs. Has the Havoc got enough to stand up and be counted in an incredibly cut-throat marketplace, and more importantly is there enough mojo to have us reaching for our wallets?
Certainly the specifications of the Havoc tick all the boxes. The Avago sensors are found on nearly every high DPI mouse around, and the use of Omron switches means that it should outlast the technology within. But mice are better looked at than discussed, so let’s take a look at it shall we.